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C++ ,managed C++,C++ox

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I've heard C plus plus have been improved during its history.I want to know from you fellows what is the diference among(do I use among in this case?)ANSI C++,MANAGED C++ and C++ox. Thanks.

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C++0x isn't finalized yet and Managed C++ (now C++/CLI) is something you use only when you're forced to. You want regular C++.

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So "pure" C++ cannot be used togheter other .NET languages?
Can't I mix it whit C#,VB.NET etc.?

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Standard C++ can be used to create DLLs, COM servers or OLE automation executables that can be used with .NET languages.

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I meant: if I starting making a program in c++ the program can't be finished in .NET languagens?

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I meant: if I starting making a program in c++ the program can't be finished in .NET languagens?
No, you can't start writing code in C++, and then suddenly switch over to another language.

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